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Thanks for reply, Chris.
Nothing in the handbook, but the Haynes manual mentions that when the battery is disconnected then upon re-connection the electric windows have to be operated in a certain way to allow them to 'learn' their fully open and closed positions. So although Haynes don't mention the sunroof specifically, I'm guessing that the same may apply?
I'm considering trying disconnecting and re-connecting the battery to see if this helps. In olden days (!) this was a 10 second job, but all these modern electronic gizmos seem to have turned battery-disconnection into a significant operation...!!!
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2004 Scenic 1.6 petrol; 1989 Mazda Eunos Roadster (MX-5)